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Knight of the Dead [DVD]

2.5 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Lee Bennett, Dylan Jones
  • Directors: Mark Atkins
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Signature Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 1 July 2013
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CPLTDQ4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,663 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Hunted by assassins, a band of crusading knights escorting the holy grail are forced into a forbidden valley of black death. What they discover is far more terrifying than the plague. Overrun by hordes of flesh eating zombies, they're only chance of survival is to hack and slash their way to freedom.

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I have to say that I purchased this bluray, because the write up on the movie seemed positive and I also like movies that are set in the medieval period!!!!!!

The film is a disaster, it is worse than graduate film projects, the setting is dark and cheap looking as if they have gone into the Lake District with some amateur actors. They actors are literally reciting a script with no spontaneity and it is all so predictable. The effects what there are - are very poor.
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**** warning review contains spoilers***

The concept was reasonably good, and the first 2 minutes giving the intro to the story was acceptable, but from then on it was just an appalling waste of a few hours of my life that I will never get back. And the film isn't even so bad that its funny. Its just bad. Extremely poor acting from the majority of the cast, ridiculous plot full of holes, outrageously bad script and "special effects".
The mind boggles with questions such as What is the point in the band of assasins? Why does one of the knights randomly return to the cave they have just escaped from? Why does everyone bitten take different times to turn into a zombie? What was that love scene all about? Why is the woman in the valley there in the first place? Why does the "heroic priest" scream like a girl? Why does "Rafael" massively exaggerate his facial movements whenever he has to speak? Why does Rafael prance about doing martial arts backflips etc when simply turning around would suffice? Why does the "best" knight appear to have fangs? Why does the holy grail appear to have no power at all, except the power to make the pointless love scene occur. And finally, why oh why does the "best knight" pull an "i've just smelled a disgusting fart" face every time he has a zombie encounter?!
Save your time, save your money, buy Cockneys vs Zombies instead.
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Hunted by assassins, a band of crusading knights escorting the holy grail are forced into a forbidden valley of black death. What they discover is far more terrifying than the plague. Overrun by hordes of flesh eating zombies, they're only chance of survival is to hack and slash their way to freedom.
As to be expected from this premise, there is death aplenty, but it's such a shame they killed off one of the better actors early leaving the less talent actors to fumble through this weak script. It wasn't necessarily a bad film; the special effects were rather good and there was plenty of action, but there were missed opportunities here with the use, or lack thereof, of the holy grail. So much more could have been done with this religious artefact. Enjoyable in a basic 'brain-dead' way, pardon the pun, more could have been made of the mediaeval setting and the small cast. Perhaps the worst casting was in the role of Luther, the 'heroic' priest, who looked more like a camp Richard O'Brien than anything else. Overall, not a bad zombie flick, and I applaud the attempt to try something new, however, it was in the casting or mis-casting, that the issues lay.
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That's right Folks, Medieval Zombies!
Actually, the blu-ray was quite good, if it wasn't for the fact, the unremitting landscape was grey. I mean, really, really, GREY! I am sure there was some colour in there somewhere. Actually, I think the even the blood was grey!
The acting was ... interesting!
The make-up was done by my 7 year old niece.
The continuity was done by my 5 year old nephew.
There was obviously no director.
The Zombies all, aaarrrggghhhed, at the right time and place. SO, ONE STAR!
And rather interestingly, there was ... NO ENDING!
But, for a new blu-ray disc, delivered next day, all for £1.57 it was worth the punt. (My interest was piqued by some of the reviews I read).

I can't wait for the sequel.
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as you can see by my title i am not impressed the old cast of crossroads look like oscar winners by the sad people in this so called movie any more wooden and they would have clothes on in a shop window,check out the scene where a crowd of zombies are seen there are only about 7 people in the scene but copied and layered by an 8 year old by the look of it,the actors?are just larp people with delusions of grandeur,note to camera man take the grey filter off,or better still if you are going to make more crap like this leave the lens cover on.
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£3 at the local supermarket? Black death? Zombies? Bargain, right?
No, absolutely not. (**Spoiler alert** - but then since you shouldn't bother watching, it hardly matters.)
There is no amount of alcohol in the world to make this movie bearable - the acting is atrocious (though to give the cast some credit, they had a terrible script to work with), the story (such as it is) difficult to follow thanks to the nonsensical actions of the characters (e.g. upon seeing where our protagonists had gone, bad-guy leader with tenuous reason to be chasing them says "I would've given you an honourable death", then despite apparently knowing that anyone who goes that way is doomed proceeds to follow them…), all manner of inconsistencies (apart from how does random-how-has-she-managed-to-survive?-woman know you have to cut off the zombies' heads to kill them, how come so many of the zombies are killed by being stabbed in the stomach? (I know, because it's cheaper to film, but still..), how does (the world's most amoral) monk instantly recover from an incapacitating stab wound? etc. etc.)
There's some quite nice views of Snowdonia though, and if you're stuck with a 1970s mindset in which a pointless brief flash of the female character's breasts makes any movie worthwhile then it might be quite exciting for you.
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